As a part of being from the South, we usually have a assortment of sayings to describe people or certain situations. These sayings we have learned from our elders are tips and commandants of how to get through life. So we took the best sayings that resonated with us and devised our very own "10 Gritty Commandments".
  1. Don't count your chickens before they hatch
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  2. One monkey don't stop no show
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  3. Closed Mouths Don't Get Fed
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  4. Either you fish or you cut bait
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  5. Come Hell or High Water
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  6. You gotta pay the piper if you want to dance to the music
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  7. Don't get too big for your britches
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  8. Everything that glitters is not gold
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  9. Birds of a feather flock together
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  10. No Grits No Glory
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